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Can't unscrew nozzle from hose what do I do to loosen?

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I used a vise and pipe wrench to loosen. Have to be careful with the vise that you don't over tighten it and damage the hose fitting. When replacing the nozzle, lube the threads with non-water soluble grease.

Posted on Aug 29, 2010


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